, a step by step guide to check TFF ratio

Amarnath Prabhakar July 14, 2009 0 is a website that provides us with twitter users’ ratio which is on friends and followers. It is a simple calculation of followers count over friends count.

As mentioned by the website ‘Your Twitter Ratio is the ratio of your followers to friends (or people who you follow). It is measured with the TFF Ratio (Twitter Follower-Friend Ratio). The higher the ratio, the more Twitter heat you pack.’

Should the ratio be more or less, below is the representation of the ratio and acceptable ratio numbers.

  • A ratio of less than 1.0 indicates that you are seeking knowledge (and Twitter Friends), but not getting much Twitter Love in return. Check your pulse, you might be a bot.
  • A ratio of around 1.0 means you are respected among your peers. Many people think that a ratio of around 1.0 is the best – you’re listening and being listened to.
  • A ratio of 2.0 or above shows that you are a popular person and people want to hear what you have to say. You might be a thought leader in your community.
  • A TFF Ratio 10 or higher indicates that you’re either a Rock Star in your field or you are an elitist and you cannot be bothered by Twitter’s mindless chatter. You like to hear yourself talk. Luckily others like to hear you talk, too. You may be an ass.

The first step for you to find out your TFF ratio on the website is to fill the form as below,

Once the button ‘Get TFF Ratio’ is clicked, you are taken to next page where the results are published. The results for your twitter username is published as below

The result for states that the user ‘Might be a Snob‘, wonder what it means(I mean why it indicates that)

On the same page you also have the history of the twitter account. These depict the history of

  • TFF Ratio for
  • Followers count for
  • Friends count for
  • Updates count for

This is a simple and useful tool that can determine the TFF of any twitter user. Take advantage and ensure the guideline requirements are met.

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